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silence saying that media along with bill clinton aides and a special prosecutor made her a scapegoat in the impeachment scandal. why is the press still treating her as a laughing stock and clinton is portrayed as a statesman? >> getting and keeping my immunity became important to me and i needed to take care of myself. no one else was worried about me. >> is it time 16 years later for the pundits to cut her some slack? >> will this affect the coverage of hillary clinton? why does the former secretary of state have such hostility toward journalists? we ask james carville. >> and this was a botched benghazi story and the reporter may never return to journalism. is that too harsh? this is "media buzz." i am howard kurtz. >> everyone has something to say about monica, has rekindled the political debate with an essay in "vanity affair," and takes a swipe at hillary clinton. she says no one can escape the gage of the internet where gossip and lies take root and fester. the pundits are partying again like it is 1998. >> she should have had the mind, the state of mind as a 23-year-old woman,
time with bill clinton. i've read the story. it's really about her, not so much the clintons. it's about what happened to her in the years since the world learned of her sexual involvement with a married american president. will this encourage the republicans seeking to undermine hillary clinton, that once charged sexual impropriety to go like henry v's band of brothers? but there's also a tough part of this article i read today by monica lewinsky. she says the clintons don't care what happened to her, have no regard for what's become of her, what her future looks like. she hits them hard on how they tried to destroy her in order to free themselves from the facts, and this is the tough part of the new lewinsky narrative that republicans could use well between now and 2016. it's this charge how she makes the clintons, before the dna evidence was claimed, tried making her a scapegoat, someone clinton had no personal connection with, some stranger making false claims. that woman, as bill clinton referred to her in his infamous disclaimer, a loony tune, as hillary clinton said, a sta
you like to see hillary clinton run? i think she's going to run. my opinion has nothing to do with it. hillary's there. i in fact don't understand what the debate is about, will she or won't she? she's running. >> tough to beat? >> you know, she was defeated in the 2008 election, in the primary, and we didn't see that coming. so i'm not sure i could predict that one for you. >> reporter: as for the cheneys, they're not looking back. do you misses being in the thick of the political arena? >> well, that was a great time, and a time that both of us enjoyed. but it's, you know, one stage of your life and you move on to another one. we're in our western years now. >> right. >> gloria, what about the health of the vice president? >> well, actually i was at their home in mcclain and the vice president was there. wouldn't two go on camera with . pst liz cheney's book tour. he seemed robust. had the heart transplant two years ago when he was age 71. she says he has a wonderful energy level which i saw and she feels lucky every day when she wakes up that he's there and he seemed quite fit and
in "vanity fair," saying that the media along with bill clinton's as and a special prosecutor maid her a scapegoat in the impeachment scandal. why is the press still treating her as a laughing stock when clinton is portrayed as a global startsman? >> getting and keeping my immunity became very important to me. i needed to take care of myself and my family. no one else was worried about me. >> is it time, 16 years later, for the pundits to cut her some slack? will lewinsky's re-emergence affect the coverage of hillary clinton. >>> plus, a new report suggests lara logan may never return to "60 minutes" after her botched benghazi story pill would that punishment be too harsh? i'm howard kurtz and this is "mediabuzz." everyone has something to say about monica, the young woman at the center of the white house sex scandal 16 years ago has rekindled the cultural and political debate with an essay in "vanity fair." she takes a swipe at hillary clinton. she says no one it seems can escape the unforgiving gaze of the internet or gossip, half truths and lies take root and fester. the pundits are
they passed it in october and november of 2000 and president clinton vetoed that on the grounds it was unconstitutional. that is the espionage act now that president obama has used seven times as if it were an official secrets act which it's very clear congress did not mean it to be and rejected that use. and the supreme court has never to this day ruled on it.
to meet chris stevens. everybody thought he was a great guy. coming up, bill clinton was doing more yesterday than just burnishing his own image with his speech about income inequality. he was also protecting hillary's left. plus the big muddle that's become the republican race for the white house. three guys, jeb bush, rand paul and mike huckabee are all bunched together, each representing different action factions of the party. and the botched execution is not about sympathizing with convicted murders, i think it's more about the rare cases that an innocent person is on death row. and finally, let me finish with the praising new struggle between the clintons and the democratic left over the 2016 primary fight. this is "hardball" a place for politics. some things you have to squeeze to make sure they're soft. other things, you don't. [ female announcer ] charmin ultra soft is so soft you can actually see the softness with our comfort cushions. plus you can use up to four times less. enjoy the go with charmin ultra soft. on buying a car for... when i was introduced to truecar,cess..
and kevin madden. >> congratulations, wolf. republicans need to stop picking on hillary clinton. it's only 2014. >> actually if the democrats tried listening, they'd avoid nominating a deeply flawed candidate. of course, democrats never listen to good advice. the debate starts right now. >> tonight on "crossfire," hillary clinton in the bull's-eye. attacks from the right. and discomfort on the left. >> i do worry about the inevitability thing. >> will she decide not to run or listen to a possible rival's advice? >> don't let the ugliness of politics keep you from pursuing public office. >> on the left, van jones. on the right, kevin madden. in the "crossfire," no alathy, communications director for democratic national committee. are both parties so focused on hillary clinton they are missing opportunities in 2014? tonight on "crossfire." >>> welcome to "crossfire." i'm kevin madden on the right. >> i'm van jones on the left. in the "crossfire" tonight the top message guys from both parties. for republicans, the message is clear. get hillary clinton. that's it. now this is may 2014. not fal
clinton. >> today i want every veteran to know, we're going to fix whatever is wrong and as long as i have the privilege of serving as commander in chief, i'm going to keep on fighting to deliver the care and the benefits and the opportunities that your families deserve. >> welcome to the journal editorial report, i'm paul hugo. that was president obama wednesday breaking his silence over the growing veteran's affairs scandals and promising to fix what's wrong. his remarks came a day after the va inspector general says his office is now investigating possible misconduct at 26 facilities around the country, including a phoenix hospital where 40 veterans allegedly died before receiving care. that staff rigged recordkeeping to cover up the long wait times. "wall street journal" columnist and deputy editor, and editorial board member joe rago. joe, the president session we're going to get to the bottom of this, but the truth is we know an awful lot about what happens at the va because there have been numerous reports going to this which of waiting lines and cover-ups. what do we know? >> right
,000 pages of documents that have been released, and a commission that was put together by secretary clinton that has fully examined what happened and recommended -- put forward 29 recommendations, all of which are being implemented, those things have all occurred. this has been looked at so exhaustively that buck mckeon, the chairman of the armed
in for lawrence o'donnell. chris hayes is up next. >>> the clintons go to war. let's play "hardball." >> a now open partisan battle between the clintons and the republicans. clinton may have blown the starters whistle himself when he said the current attacks on hillary's health are, as he put it, just the beginning. the clintons have avoided so far by saying this is just the beginning of the attacks on the former secretary of state. he's predicting a future of republican attacks on candidate hillary clinton. he said this is just the beginning of the attacks. so is she running? if she doesn't run, what campaign attacks can he be talking about? this was supposed to start a year from now and on clinton's timetable. instead it's bellowing up now on karl rove's timetable. instead of talking about the country's future, which moub the propelling topic of any presidential campaign, it's right now over whether hillary clinton's health will keep her from getting in. can hillary drop back to the sidelines? can she get that year of not being a candidate she seemed all along to have wanted. here is bill cl
guy. coming up, bill clinton was doing more yesterday than just burnishing his own image with his speech about income inequ inequali inequality. he was also protecting hillary's left. plus the big muddle that's become the republican race for the white house. three guys, jeb bush, rand paul and mike huckabee are all bunched together, each representing different action factions of the party. and the botched execution is not about sympathizing with convicted murders, i think it's more about the rare cases that an innocent person is on death row. and finally, let me finish with the praising new struggle between the clintons and the democratic left over the 2016 primary fight. this is "hardball" a place for politics. some financial guidance so she could take her dream to the next level. so we talked about her options. her valuable assets were staying. and selling her car wouldn't fly. we helped sydney manage her debt and prioritize her goals, so she could really turn up the volume on her dreams today...and tomorrow. so let's see what we can do about that... remodel. motorcycle. [ femal
month in las vegas, someone threw a shoe at hillary clinton. i'm not sure we have a clear reason for that one yet. and today, hillary clinton got something else thrown at her. something so big you could see it coming from a mile away. that's next. >>> way back in august of 2009, during president obama's first year in office, in that summer a brand new political season was born. that long, hot summer in 2009 was, as you may recall, the dawn of the shouty town hall political season. when question and answer sessions with your local congressman turned into something like this. >> i'm afraid of obama. >> why are you afraid? >> he's a socialist. [ shouting ] >> a good news suggestion up here. here's what i suggest. turn the television off when he comes on. >> that was six-term republican congressman bob inglis from south carolina. for saying that, he had to go. aside from telling his constituents to turn off glenn beck, inglis was a climate change realist and often said so out loud and invited tea party ire when he voted for the t.a.r.p. wall street bailout. so for those and other cri
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, revealing new details about her relationship with president clinton. will this spell trouble for a hillary presidential run. >> it depends on what the meaning of the word is. >> i'm not interested in summaries, i'm not interested in synopsis. i'll decide whether or not the appropriate questions were asked in the past. >> will the white house cooperate in the expanding benghazi investigation. >> this sends a message that basically, you can come forward and tell the truth and say what happened to you and nothing is going to happen. >> a texas judge recuss herself after giving an outrageously light sentence to a convicted child rapist. is it legal? we'll analyze. >>> caution, you're about to enter the no spin zone, and the factor begins right now. >>> hi, everyone. i'm laura ingram, in for bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. hillary, monica, and 2016. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. in a new essay in vanity fair, monica lewinsky acknowledges her deep regret over her sexual relationship with bill clinton. although she says the relationship with the preside
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isikoff was to monica gate. what does he think of the re-emergence of clinton's onetime pair more? and also, vladimir putin backs down or does he? how pooping bees taught america a valuable lesson in the cold war and how it might save us from another. let us begin with katie couric's crusade against the obesity epidemic. movie of us assume mixing in a few more salads is the key to getting back into the skinny jeans. if a kid is obese, that's too many video games. but the new film "fed up" says everything you think about food and exercise is dead wrong. including michelle obama's let's move campaign. >> the epidemic here is worse than previously estimated. much worse. >> the message that's been pushed on us, it's your fault you're fat. >> shouldn't be so hard to get them to run around and play. >> they have appetites and don't exercise enough. >> it's about how active our kids are. >> forget about it. >> this is strong stuff. fed up is narrated executive produced by katie couric. she joins me now along with renowned public health expert dr. mark hyman featured in his new book the t
's in better shape than i am. >> it's the clintons versus karl rove, in a bitter battle over hillary's health. who won? and is it a preview of 2016? >>> campus alert. the nationwide outcry about college sexual assault. are students safe? >>> and celebrating a legend. >> joining us will be barbara walters of abc news. >> barbara walters, how she changed the view on sundays. from abc news, "this week" with george stephanopoulos begins now. >>> good morning. it's been a brutal week for firefighters out west, battling an unprecedented threat. there they are, just inches from the flames. the worst is over now. but the toll is high. 25,000 acres scorched. heartbroken families returning home. everything gone. abc's bazi kanani starts us off from san marcos, california. good morning, bazi. >> reporter: good morning, george. officials expect all of the evacuated residents will be allowed to return to their homes by tonight. and unfortunately this is what some are finding. this home, one of dozens destroyed by the fast-moving fires. the raging results of not enough rain. four of the ten wildfires teari
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>>> so bill clinton got to take a crack at carl rogue's medical diagnosis of hillary clinton today. you have been asking about lawrence. we have a special update tonight. stay tuned for that. but first, it's bill versus karl. >> former secretary of state hillary clinton is speaking in washington. maybe she will have something to say dr. rove's 2016 diagnosis. >> i didn't say she had brain damage. she had a serious health episode. >> we know that the health is fair game. >> however, this -- >> maybe karl rove isn't the best messenger. >> i didn't say she had brain damage. >> now you are going to say she had brain damage. >> i never used the phrase. she had a serious health episode. >> they first said she was faking the health issue. >> fir taste said she faked her concussion. >> she didn't want to testify about benghazi. >> now they say she is auditioning for "the walking dead." >> so inconsistent to be laughable. >> there is no evidence that karl rove knew it would become public. >> nothing was reported. >> clearly reversing. >> rove is nasty. is he nasty stupid? or nasty smart? >>
war being waged on hillary clinton. it's right out in the open now. from benghazi and nigeria, all the forces of the right are closing ranks to attack their common enemy for 2016. bill krystal, the iraq war field marshall of the home war has waged war on her title, secretary clinton. rabd paul has said to relish his direct line of attack on clinton, and now marco rubio looking for any chance to line up with the far right attack squad is joining the charge against the former first lady. some think this is preventive war, a nasty line of fire to scare hillary clinton from evening entering the presidential race. this is just the beginning, they're saying, of what we're going to throw at you. the second you throw your hat in the ring. if you don't like the heat, they're channelling harry truman here, stay out of the kitchen. well, this dreadful cam feign of personal attack suck succeed? will it drive the democrats' best hope from the field even before the battle? or will it shape the battlefield once he enters it, putting her on the nasty defensive from the day and hour she formally an
" with stephanie cutter and s.e. cupp. >>> wolf, it was throwback wednesday in washington. bill and hillary clinton came to town. it's back to the 0s iss. >> i don't think so, s.e. they're looking to the future. the only throwback is your party. >> okay. >> the debate starts right now. >>> tonight on "crossfire." the clintons strike back. >> first they said she faked her concussion. and now they say she's auditioning for a part on the "walking dead." >> bill and hillary come to washington and defend the family brand. will they scare off the competition? >> are you still thinking about running for president? when will you make the decision? >> yes, and later. >> on the left, stephanie cutter. on the right, s.e. cupp. in the "crossfire," hilary rosen, a democratic strategist, and kevin madden, a republican strategist. are all eyes on the clintons? or the alternatives? tonight on "crossfire." >>> welcome to "crossfire." i'm stephanie cutter on left. >> i'm s.e. cupp on the right. in the "crossfire" tonight a pair of top political strategists. have a message for karl rove, thanks but no thanks. bill cl
" is out for everyone to read. what will it mean for hillary clinton's presidential run? >>> and what happens to the players not taken in the first first round? at least they have their world-class educations to fall back on, right? good afternoon, everyone. welcome to "the lead." i'm jake tapper. the "closing bell" is ringing. now on to our world lead, you could fit the size of the u.s. response to the nigeria kidnappings on a city bus and still have plenty of seats left. about 11 military personnel from the u.s./africa command are on the ground. more are expected tomorrow. no shadowy figures with a very particular set of skills, at least not publicly or officially. the u.s. appears to be in advisory mode. president obama at an event last night seemed to lament, they can't snap their fingers and get these girls home. >> when there are times in which i want to reach out and save those kids and having to think through what leverage, what power do we have at any given moment? i think drop by drop by drop that we can erode and drop down these forces that are so destructive, that we can t
of the attack mr. clinton spoke to the president. he sent out a press release se before the attack was over directly linking to the benghazn violence to the video. national security spokesman tommy srieder where that information came from. >> september 11th who tells hillary clinton at 10:00 p.m. to put out this statement that said some sought to justify this io vicious behavior it has come to the attack in response to inflammatory material posted on the internet. at 10:00 p.m. eastern time thiss is still going on.o change atta to demonstrations in the talking points? >> maybe. i don't remember. >> you don't remember? >> dude, this is like two years ago. >> dude? everybody is talking about this. >> we're talking about the process of that's what bureaucrats do all t day long. >> the president was not in thec situation room on the night of the attack. >> when hillary clinton talks to him by phone at 10:00 p.m. he is where? >> i don't know.w i don't have a tracking device on him. >> you were in the pressroom. >> i was in the white house. >> the president was not in the situation? >> not in the
did other than the obama white house. joining us tonight is former clinton adviser, host of his own radio show, dick morris is with us. what do you say when you have one lie after another when they were told within 24 hours they knew it was an attack and they were told who it was from? >> a coverup, an effort to avoid political harm. this question is whose coverup. my wife i lean uncovered evidence the other day that we put in the column yesterday that this was something that may well have originated with hillary. because a day and a half before rhodes, the white house aid sent that smoking gun e-mail you just talked about, hillary made a statement and embedded in that statement was the exact same language that rhodes used word for word. >> i have it right here. she made this the day before rhodes released -- >> 36 hours before. >> let me state clearly the u.s. had absolutely nobody nothing to do with this video. rhodes said the u.s. had nothing to do with it. we eject its message in content. hillary, we reject the video in content. hillary, the video is disgusting and reprehensible
with little questions about whether hillary clinton might be brain damaged. it was met with a cheerful clintonian smackdown a short time ago. >> first they said she faked her concussion, now they say she's auditioning for a part on the walking dead. >> karl rove didn't suggest the former secretary of state is a flesh eating zombie. he insists he never said hillary clinton had brain damage, not exactly. >> no, no, no. wait. wait a minute. no, no. i didn't say she has brain damage. she had a serious health episode. my point is hillary clinton wants to run for president, but she would not be human if this didn't enter in as a consideration. >> karl rove would not be karl rove without a smear campaign. why is he being asked about hillary's brain? because of this new york post headline on gossip heavy page six. it was blasted out monday night. people need to know what happened when clinton suffer add fall in december, 2012. the post quotes an incredulous rove at a conference last week. 30 days in the hospital? when she reappears she's wearing glasses for people that only have traumatic brai
on hillary clinton. is there any real reason she shouldn't run for president? or is this just a smart way to build up suspense and keep the wolves from the door? or is there something real in this health issue? meaning is there a real danger from the accident that led to that concussion she suffered in 2012? or is this just trouble staring by reince priebus and his band of merry elves? and why are vice president joe biden, maryland governor martin o'malley and the others out there putting out smoke signals that they are ready to run for president. if nobody on the planet believes any of them can beat hillary, does that mean at least some of them are betting she won't be there to run against? tonight, i would like to get to the bomb of this big will she or won't she? find out what the motives are for people who are acting like she's not. and why are republicans talking up a the health issue uh now? why are democrats running as if she's not running? what's the skinny on the strongest presidential wannabe since dwight eisenhower. we have the co-chair of the super pac supporting hillary clint
." it's thursday, may 8th. 6:00 in the east. up first, monica lewinsky and hillary clinton facing their past with both of their futures hanging in the balance. lewinsky pens a thoughtful "vanity fair" article released overnight. the piece takes on hillary clinton's portrayal of monica and of hillary's own role in her husband's affair. a much more daunting challenge faces the former secretary of state involving the attack of the u.s. mission in benghazi. there's a real prospect of a new investigation and possible subpoena for clinton. suzanne malveaux live from washington this morning. suzan suzanne, as young as we both are, we did work the lewinsky scandal back in the day. what's our take on the essay? >> 16 years ago that we covered that and we saw her outside the watergate complex, the apartment complex. run into her at a coffee shop occasionally. gracious, kind, but clearly a difficult time for her. she's speaking out now because at 40 years old she wants to move on with her life, give her life purpose as well as her past and show those who have experienced public humiliation l
republicans of that. thanks for watching. i'm al sharpton. "hardball" starts right now. >>> the clintons are in the ring. let's play "hardball." >>> good evening, i'm chris matthews in washington. let's start with the best fight in the country, the clintons versus karl rove. rove started this battle row yal over hillary's health, this brain injury he's mixing it up about. the clintons are hitting back with a combination of punches, the defense of the former secretary of state is 100%, that rove is dealing with some kind of sickness himself, or, according to bill, the republican operative's charges are so inconsistent as to be laughable. well, the question now looms up there in the air, is this nasty stupid politics or nasty effective politics? did rove hurt himself, which really doesn't matter in the big world, or did he hurt himself but also hurt hillary clinton in the act? this matters. if hillary's forced to play defense on health, will this rob her of a clean, upbeat future campaign, forcing her to play rear guard tie her to the past, putting the focus on what she's been through, not
and lynne cheney only on fox news sunday. >> the controversy over hillary clinton. >> i think she had a traumatic brain episode. >> she is strong. she's doing great. as far as i can tell, she's in better shape than i am. >> both join our sunday panel to explain his comments. plus, allegations that veterans die. v.a. hospitals across the country. >> isn't there evidence here of criminal wrong doing that is falsifying records, false statements to the federal government? that's a crime. we'll ask the leading whistle blower dr. sam foote and ryan gallucci of the vfw. >> and our power player of the week. political strategist scott reid on the u.s. chamber of commerce's multimillion-dollar stake in the 2014 election. >> if say something stupid, we're not going to support you because if it crosses the line and it's disrespectful, we're out. >> all right now. fox news sunday. >> hello again from fox news in washington. this week we were fascinated to learn that former vice president cheney and his wife, lynn, have embark odd a road shot where he interviewed her about her new critically acclai
administration the sense we have a weak government. >> we discuss ukraine, benghazi and hillary clinton. >> why would they want to see lewinsky in the public eye? >> dick and lynne cheney only on "fox news sunday." and karl rove spark as controversy over hillary clinton's health. >> do i think she has brain damage? no, she had a traumatic brain episode. >> he is strong, doing great. >> karl rove explains the comments on our panel. >> growing allegations that veterans die waiting for treatment at v.a. hospitals across the country. >> isn't there evidence here of criminal wrongdoing that is falsifying records, false statements to the federal government? that is a crime. >> it should be, yes. >> outrage over a secret waiting list. how widespread are the problems? who knew about them? we will ask the leading whistleblower. >> our "power player of the week." a strategist on the chamber of commerce multimillion car stake in the 2014 election. >> if you say something stupid we will not support you. if it crosses the line and is disrespectful, we are out. all right now on fox news sunday. >> hello, aga
anywhere, anytime. >> hillary clinton sounding like a presidential candidate as questions surface about the timing of monica lewinsky's reappearance on the public stage. >> i wonder if this isn't an effort on the clinton part to get that story out of the way. >> i'm so wasted. >> far left billionaire george says the drug war is a $1 trillion failure. we'll debate it tonight. >>> caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone and "the factor" begins right now. hi, i'm laura ingraham in for bill o'reilly. thank you for watching us tonight. boehner in benghazi is the subject of the talking points memo. for more than a year, tea party groups and conservatives are pushing him to get a committee to investigate benghazi. today, he finally released what he relented. >> most of you know that i thought and continued to believe until last week that our committees had been investigating benghazi did a good job. a line was crossed last week. it was crossed in two places. one of them became clear that the white house played a more significant role in the developments of how they were going to descr
. this as we learn former secretary of state hillary clinton fought to keep the al qaeda linked group off a terror list. doug zoo laider joins us with the latest. >> there are a number of questions about what led up to this and why the terror group associated with it responsible for the girls was not designated as a terror group. a few years ago the state department then led by secretary of state hillary clinton refused to classify them as a terrorist entity. the reason behind that not entirely clear. they had a big mpiece on this. one of the rationals is they didn't want to ruffle too many feathers. the obama administration is sending more technical help to the nigerians to help track down this terror group and the 300 girls they are accused of kidnapping. some say, though, the obama administration should do more. >> we should send our special force teams over there as soon as we can. the nigerians could not handle it particularly when you have 280 girls out there still 53 have escaped, but the fact is only the united states with our nato partners, the grit tish and the french can really
republican voters? president obama and obamacare, perhaps hillary clinton and benghazi. so that is what this is about. and if they nick hillary clinton along the way, you know she is the favorite candidate to be the democratic nominee at this point. so be it. they figure that can only be good for them. >> now democrats are deciding whether or not to go along with this. i understand from dana bash and other reporters on the hill it looks like they might. i don't know what you're hearing. but you wrote a piece today that they should. >> look, i think the lesson you learn in politics is that if you're not a part of something you can't make your case. and if the democrats were to boycott this committee i guarantee you the committee would go on. and the committee would go on and it would call witnesses, perhaps hillary clinton, perhaps susan rice. democrats would be blindsided. they wouldn't know where the subpoenas were going or where the leaks were coming from of the they wouldn't know what documents were being uncovered. so i do believe even though they believe it is ill egitimate, they h
brawl between karl rove and hillary clinton over the possible presidential candidate's health. and now bill clinton is weighing in. >> now they say she is auditioning for a part on the walking dead. >> we have a special report oncoming. >> american airlines, three hours late, taking off from los angeles. why? they didn't have a crew. >> outraged brewing over the airlines abusing their customers. a very frequent flier dennis miller will weigh in tonight. >> now, what do you ala cart? [barking] >> and with all the problems california has, the legislature may approve dogs dining with their owners in restaurants. >> caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. ♪ ♪ >>> hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. hillary clinton vs. karl rove. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. speaking in los angeles last week, mr. rove questioned hillary clinton's physical health. well, i -- that got something started. >> i didn't say she had brain damage. she had a serious health episode. every presidential candidate has asked for al
're following including bill and hillary clinton. they're back in the spotlight in a big way. you'll hear why their words and actions are fueling lots of speculation about 2016. >>> plus, anger over a deadly mine accident spilling into the streets of turkey. we're going to go there live. stay with us. to prepare our kids to compete main today's economy?way woman: a well-rounded education that focuses on science, math, and career training for students who don't choose college. man: and that's exactly what superintendent of public education tom torlakson has been working on. woman: because every student needs the real world skills for the jobs of tomorrow. man: torlakson's career readiness initiative is helping schools expand job and technical training across the state because it makes a difference. woman: so tell tom torlakson to keep fighting for the career and technical training our students need. that corporate trial by fire when every slacker gets his due. and yet, there's someone around the office who hasn't had a performance review in a while. someone whose poor performance is slowing do
lewinsky opening up about her affair with president bill clinton for the first time in a decade saying it is time to burn the beret and bury the blue dress. now 40, lewinsky admits she deeply regrets the affair and says the media firestorm during the investigation nearly destroyed her life. in next month's issue of "vanity fair," she writes, quote, sure, my boss took advantage of me but i will always remain firm on this point. it was a consensual relationship. any abuse came in the aftermath when i was made a scapegoat in order to protect his powerful position. and lewinsky wants to set the record straight when it comes to hillary and the recent revelation as first lady, hillary referred to her as a narcissistic loony tune. she writes quote. courageous or foolish, maybe but narcissistic and loony, i find her impulse to blame the woman not only me but herself troubling. and so there is so many dynamics to this, andrea. there is obviously that question. there is the political angle to this as well. interesting how she points out that hillary attacked her, really there was unperson to bla
president obama or hillary clinton were involved in any cover up. how does he know that? maybe there's not evidence to say he was and then there's not enough evidence to say who pushed the video. doesn't anybody want to get to the truth? >> i believe everybody thinks we've had the truth. we've had 13 hearings. we've had multiple congressional investigations. we've had 50 briefing. we've had thousands of pages of documents and everybody feels like jay carney said today, yesterday facts, today facts, they are the facts. the facts don't change. republicans, there's nothing new. i tell you what's new, we have a document that says white house tried to protect the president politically. >> right. >> oh, my god! what a shock! >> your strategy is the strategy that was used with bill clinton is monica lewinsky and denial and what's the big deal when i'm caught? there was no funny business -- first he denied the white house being involved. now we find out -- >> they said that. here's the thing, if you did not think benghazi was relevant enough to cover in the first place, you don't understand
're a rookie and you've never done this before. gwen: and the clintons jump into the fray after questions are raised about hillary's health >> do you think this is their way of inserting her age or her physical capabilities into the 2016 debate? >> i don't know. but if it is, you can't be too upset about it. it's just the beginning. they'll get better and better at it. gwen: just the beginning. covering the week, martha raddatz of abc news. john harwood of cnbc and "the new york times." molly ball of the atlantic. and john dickerson of "slate" magazine and cbs news. >> award-winning reporting and analysis, covering history as it happens. live from our nation's capital, this is "washington week with gwen ifill." corporate funding for "washington week" is provided by -- >> we went out and asked people a simple question. how old is the oldest person you've known? we gave people a sticker and had them show us. we learned a lot of us have known someone who's lived well into their 90's. and that's a great thing. but even though we're living longer, one thing that hasn't changed, the official re
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